A cool Noped (maybe) I’ve never seen before.

In Naxos Greece. (edited)

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The owner could not afford a good lock so the other end of the string is tied to his wrist

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Honda Gyro!

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Anything with a floorboard is a scooter.

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> Seth B Wrote:

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> Anything with a floorboard is a scooter.

Cars have floorboards . ;)

Heck , even some big bikes have floorboards .

Here's a handy type floorboard that could easily be adapted to anyone of your mopeds . :D

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That's not a scooter, it's a truck!

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Most of us here ain't that paranoid tho

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Yeah from looking up the different versions of models that could be a Honda Gyro UP..

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> Yeah from looking up the different versions of models that could be a

> Honda Gyro UP..

Yep, definitely is; you can see the decal under the seat in the one pic. One sold on eBay for $1700 a year or two ago. I wish I had one

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I’ve seen more than a few here in Naxos. I kept thinking it was the same one but I was mistaken...

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> Cars have floorboards . ;)

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> Heck , even some big bikes have floorboards .

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> Here's a handy type floorboard that could easily be adapted to anyone of

> your mopeds . :D

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You got me there!

And that would certainly be handy, in some situations.

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> You got me there!

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> And that would certainly be handy, in some situations.

I was more thinking of a handy place for bike fixin' type tools , but ... ;)

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> your mopeds . :D

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> https://www.longislandfirearms.com/forum/uploads/monthly_11_2013/post-3480-0-29465700-1385745124_thumb.jpg

Okay im not one to talking about guns but that sir is a nice floorboard.

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Here's something different, a 1984 Honda Stream . Found on CL

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^amazing!

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> Downhill Harvey (OFMC) Wrote:

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> Here's something different, a 1984 Honda Stream . Found on CL

When I get old , I might want one of those . ;)

Heck , I better find one now , so I'll have time to learn how to ride one before then^ .

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There was a stream for sale down here recently, too. So dreamy

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Gyro UP for sure. They are pretty great.

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Too bad they were not sold here, I would rock one for sure!

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> Too bad they were not sold here, I would rock one for sure!

I’m working on importing some Gyros from Japan.

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> Anything with a floorboard is a scooter.

We have to let the `scooter boys' play on the MO-PED forum. LOL!

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I scooted around on jon ko's at midOH, it was great.

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Cool, can they be titled in the US?

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Yes. Mine is titled and plated.

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Hope to see you again next year.

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yea derek got a gyro off jon, it's registered semi-legally in Ohio. it rules a lot.

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What would an "up" run $ wise? (aprox) and what kind of top speed do they achieve?

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Stock they do 30-35 mph. I have the Malossi 70 kit that treats sells on mine, along with some variator mods, and almost get to 45. I’m still using the stock exhaust but have will have some expansion chambers coming in with the bikes.

It’s hard to know the exact price until the container has landed, but my goal is to be able to price them under $2k

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Nice! 45..hmmm, would be nice...is it sketchy at that speed? (never gotten to ride a Gyro) :/ I like the style of the "Up" a lot, really like the ones with a roof, can't remember what they are called. MN is pretty cool about titling mopeds, so I could prob get it through, just call it a Gyro, without going into model designations. :) Very cool of you to be importing some!

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> Nice! 45..hmmm, would be nice...is it sketchy at that speed? (never

> gotten to ride a Gyro) :/ I like the style of the "Up" a lot, really

> like the ones with a roof, can't remember what they are called. MN is

> pretty cool about titling mopeds, so I could prob get it through, just

> call it a Gyro, without going into model designations. :) Very cool of

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Yeah, the Gyro Canopy is really cool too.

There’s also the Gyro X.

I plan to import all three kinds of Gyro(X, UP, Canopy)

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